Bargains for Under $25 HP Envy 34 All-in-One PC Review Best Fitbits T-Mobile Data Breach Settlement ExpressVPN Review Best Buy Anniversary Sale Healthy Meal Delivery Orville 'Out Star Treks' Star Trek
Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories?
No, thank you
Accept

DIY star ceiling brings the universe inside

One home-modder plugged bundles of fiber optics into tiny dremel holes in his ceiling. Using just a touch of glue to hold each star in place, 250 dots twinkle, maybe even brighter than real stars.

I thought I was pretty hot when I climbed on a stool and double-sided-taped glowing stars to my ceiling, but their waning green light never captured the night sky like DIY fiber optics.

One home-modder plugged bundles of fiber optics into tiny dremel holes in his ceiling. Using just a touch of glue to hold each star in place, 250 dots twinkle, maybe even brighter than real stars.

Even for a lazy glob of lard such as myself, the install sounds wicked easy thanks to a step-by-step tutorial over at Instructables. That said, I'm still the type of guy to hire out.

This story originally appeared on Gizmodo.